Presenting at the EESAT

Our federal government works on a yearly schedule that officially starts on October 1st and ends on September 30th. Why? Not a clue…. But that means that over my career, this time of year is a pretty important one. It means that I’m talking about my accomplishments for the past 12 months and keeping my fingers crossed that new money shows up to get me through another 12 months!

With the generous funding I’ve received through Sandia National Laboratories and the Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, I’ve supported myself and my students to get neat stuff done! Many thanks go to those agencies and my sponsors (Dr. Imre Gyuk, Dr. Babu Chalamala, and Dr. Travis Anderson). This funding has brought me to Santa Fe, New Mexico (I’m here right now!) where I gave a talk about all the great results that showed up this past year.

A big highlight for this year was the completion of the synthesis of our flow battery electrolyte ligands. I presented a lot about our guiding principles for molecular design, and I got many compliments on that. Looks like we’re set up for another great year!

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